Working to Protect Your Future
If you have been charged with a crime in the past, but were not convicted or were found to be not guilty, you will still have a criminal record. This can have a negative impact affecting your future and limiting employment and educational opportunities. Depending on your situation, you may be eligible to have your record expunged, removing your criminal record from almost all searches, or be eligible for nondisclosure, which sealing your record from public view.. Brenner Law P.C., has experience with Texas expungement, and you want an attorney with extensive experience helping residents of the Collin and Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex put their criminal histories behind them so they can move forward with their lives without a criminal record.
To talk with one of our attorneys, call us today at (972) 378 - 4961.
Am I Eligible for Expungement?
Not every criminal record is eligible for expungement or nondisclosure. In general, you may be eligible for a nondisclosure if you were sentenced to probation but were found not guilty of a crime. Your record may be eligible for expungement if your case was dismissed or you were found not guilty without being sentenced to probation.
You will not be eligible for an expungement or a nondisclosure if you have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor. Also, DWI/DUI convictions of any type are not eligible for either expungement or nondisclosure.
Every Case Is Unique
While there are general eligibility guidelines, whether a record can be sealed really depends on the unique circumstances of your case and whether you have experienced any subsequent arrests. Brenner Law P.C. will review your history and let you know what your options are. We also have extensive experience helping with the sealing of a juvenile record. We do not believe that a single mistake should follow you around for the rest of your life.
Call for a Consultation With a Dallas Expunge Criminal Records Attorney
If you have questions about a past criminal record, we are available to help. Contact a Texas expungement lawyers online or call (972) 378 - 4961 to arrange for a consultation to discuss your legal options.